Cyclist seriously injured after collision with bus in Waltham Abbey

East London and West Essex Guardian Series: Emergency services at the scene of the collision in Broomstick Hall Road, Waltham Abbey Emergency services at the scene of the collision in Broomstick Hall Road, Waltham Abbey

A cyclist was taken to hospital with serious injuries after colliding with a bus yesterday afternoon.

Ambulance crews were called to Broomstick Hall Road in Waltham Abbey at around 1.40pm and took the man, who is believed to be in his 40s, to the Royal London Hospital by ambulance.

He had sustained a head injury and also serious pelvic injuries.

It is thought the cyclist came from the direction of Ninefields into Broomstick Hall Road and struck the windscreen of the 251 bus with such force that it cracked.

A spokesman for the East of England Ambulance Service said the bus driver, in his 50s, was shaken but uninjured.

A woman in her 60s on the bus sustained minor injuries to her knees but was not taken to hospital.

Hertfordshire Air Ambulance attended the incident near King Harold Academy but was not used.

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12:40pm Sun 30 Mar 14

Stevo98 says...

The way the article is worded the bus is passive and the cyclist collided with the bus. Usually it's the other way round.
The way the article is worded the bus is passive and the cyclist collided with the bus. Usually it's the other way round. Stevo98
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